CIS 110 Introduction to computer Applications for Business
CORE 153 Principles of economics: Macro
CORE 180 Social Science in an American Context
CORE 193/IB 241 Globalization
MATH 123 Finite Math

ECON 112 Principles of Economics: Micro
ECON 221 Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics
MSB 100 Introduction to Business (1 credit)
MSB 110 Introduction to Financial Accounting
MSB 120 Introduction to Management Accounting and Planning
MSB 200 Principles of Management
MSB 210 Principles of Marketing
MSB 220 Financial Management
MSB 240 Business Law I
MSB 250 Business Communication and Mentoring
MSB 287 Business Ethics
MSB 305 Organizational Behavior
MSB 400 Professional Seminar (2 credits)
MSB 480 Strategic Management


HRM 210 Introduction to Human Resources Management
HRM 354 Employee Selection: A Psychological Assessment Approach
HRM 380 Employment & Labor Law
HRM 390 Compensation & Benefits
HRM 410 Employee Training & Development
HRM 460 Current Topics in Human Resources Management
CARP 412 Career Planning II (1)

All HRM majors, provided the academic requirements are met, are strongly urged to take the internship in Human Resources (HRM 499) during the junior or senior year.


Students may select any courses offered/accepted by the college, including non-business courses. Human Resources Management majors are encouraged to participate in the Experiential Learning/Internship Program and/or Study Abroad.


HRM 210 Introduction to Human Resources Management (3)

Any Four HRM courses (12 credits) including MSB 305, which counts towards these credits.

All courses offered by the McGowan School of Business beyond the 200-level must be completed at King’s College in order for the awarding of the Bachelor Science in Business Administration (B.S.B.A.) with major in Human Resources Management degree or minor sequence in Human Resources Management or for the fulfillment of any required course in any other degree or minor offered through the William G. McGowan School of Business unless permission is granted by the Department Chair in writing prior to the start of any coursework.